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Aug 19, 2013 2:00am PDT
frugal. i just used to say to him, you know -- i said, when is it you're going to spend your money? what are you waiting for? >> so kay promised darla he would travel with her. see the world. but he made sure his bunker was stocked and he kept his guns close to hand. just in case. >> and then it was november 16th, 2009. darla was away watching her granddaughters. kay was alone at his house. >> 911, what's the address of your emergency? >> it was evening when the call came in. >> i have help on the way. i need to get information. are you sure that he's dead? >> darla was on her way home. her cell phone chirped. it was a neighbor. >> he said something terrible has happened. he says i think it's at your house. >> darla's mind flashed to kay and his guns. >> i thought, oh my gosh. he probably shot an invader or something. >> she phoned a family friend. >> she said something is going on. i'm alone. can you come bodown and meet wi me. >> police blocked off the road to led to kay and darla's house and now darla and chris thought exactly the same thing. >> kay probably shot someone. >> turned ou
NBC
Aug 25, 2013 10:00pm PDT
anything like that before? >> no. >> one father who fought to save his son. another who used his son to save himself. >> he's a monster. >> tonight, a mystery that changed two families forever. i'm lester holt and this is "dateline" "behind closed doors." here's josh mankiewicz. >> what would you do for your family? would you lie? would you walk through fire? could you ever accuse them of something terrible to save yourself? this is a story about two very different families. it's about loyalty, terror, deception and love. and for one of the families, it begins with a late-night phone call. >> i was about to not answer it and something told me to pick up the phone. >> christina's mother was on the phone. >> you could just hear the sirens and she just kept saying, you have to come here. they broke into the house and he's dead. they killed him. >> he was joseph more wry see who had been married to christina's mother kay for four years. their home was now a crime scene. >> there was so much chaos going on. the roads were blocked off and the sirens and you could spell the smoke and i just
NBC
Aug 4, 2013 10:00pm PDT
fugitive who drops under the horizon can present a significant challenge to us. >> and even amid the top ten list of criminality, the story of one wiley fugitive stands out. you might know him and not even realize it. he could live across town, down the block, or maybe even closer. and if you know where to find him, the fbi could make it worth your while. this fugitive's catch me if you can story, began on the kind of day that makes wintering in phoenix look appealing. it was reporter dave sislack's beat. >> it's a quiet community, low-crime area. when it happened, it was pretty surprising. >> what happened, what surprised and shocked everyone here, happened shortly after 10:00 a.m. on november 29th, 2004, monday after thanksgiving weekend. an armored car made its way to the multiplex theater to pick up the holiday weekend box office. the driver pulled up in front of the amc and his partner walked quickly into the theater. he picked up the holiday weekend cash from a manager, signed a receipt for the $56,000 and headed back out to the truck. before the courier reached the safety of his f
NBC
Aug 19, 2013 2:30am EDT
to project myself in the very best possible way. i decided that having my hair back the way it used to be was an important step for me. >> myself, i'm 45 years old, and you know, i'm not in the best shape in the world, but one thing, i'm continually trying to get better, and my hair is just one less problem i ever have to think about. >> i feel blessed. i'm not worried about other people passing judgment or wondering what might be wrong with me. i don't second-guess going to the store or going to the movies or going to have a drink. i'm confident. i'm comfortable. >> welcome back. let's get right to the root of the problem-- hair loss and what causes it. now, hair loss affects more than 70 million people in north america today-- 40 million men and 30 million women. that's a lot of people. some people try products that claim to regrow hair only to find out a few hundred dollars later that they didn't work. don't waste your money on unproven remedies. if you care about how you look and you want to get your hair back, take time to listen to world-renowned hair loss expert dr. jon gaffn
NBC
Aug 26, 2013 2:00am PDT
>> i just started screaming, somebody get us out of here. >> how did this happen? >> it started as a mother daughter get away. it ended when an 18 wheeler crushed their car and led them teetering over the side. >> i remember screaming at him, you're going to fall. you need to get us out. >> but maybe there was someone or something that could and wasn't even supposed to see on that bridge. >> if you had been on time -- >> we would not have been late. >> was it fate? was it a miracle? was it in time? >> i thought what is this? this is not how it was supposed to turn out. >> this is "dateline." >> up the golden hill, north into the central valley. highway 101. none of us knows where fate lies waiting. beneath a bridge just south of town. >> people have a sense that it could have been them. >> yes, it certainly could have been, but this time, this time the fate that came barrelling out of nowhere was for a young mother and her two little girls. by the time it ended, a whole bridge full of fates was changed and an amazing thing happened. >> the date was january 12, 2012, 36-year-old
NBC
Aug 12, 2013 3:05am EDT
home but is unsure edward could get a fair trial in the u.s. courts because he said politicians have poisoned the well of perspective jurors. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life is going to be his decision. what i would like at some point in time for him to be able to come back to the u.s. whether he will live the rest of his life here or not. face this. and i believe the truth will shine through. >> snowden and attorneys have secured visas to travel to russia to meet with edward snowden. they didn't say exactly when for security reasons. neither has spoken directly to edward snowden since he fled the u.s. >> it is back to business this morning morning for many of the two dozen u.s. embassies and consulates shuttered by tear railroad alert last week. mostly across the middle east. but the doors to the embassy remain locked in yemen where the threat originated. more from abc's mohamed lila in cairo. >> reporter: several embassies that were close a week ago, have reopened and the massive sprawling american embassy in cairo which sits heavily fortified in the heart of t
NBC
Aug 5, 2013 2:00am PDT
they date, what they wear. for most of us, the fascination ends with reading about them in the tabloids. but one group took all of that to a new level, a criminal level. maybe you've heard of them, the bling ring. at its core, teenagers who apparently cultivated two life skills, breaking and entering. these were kids so obsessed with celebrities, they literally wanted a piece of them, boldly going into the homes of hollywood's bold faced names. now art is imitating life. >> let's go shopping. >> this all-american tale of envy, greed and the ability to tell gucci from chanel, but not right from wrong is the inspiration for a movie from director sofia copola, with emma thompson as one of the stars. it's even wilder than the movie version. and the real-life story is still going through rewrites. tonight you'll hear it from a young woman who is every bit as glamorous as the star who played her. >> the heartbreaking story of a bunch of young people who were really broken and in a lot of pain. >> and this young man, who was at the center of it all. >> when you're a teenager, especially today,
KICU
Aug 9, 2013 8:00pm PDT
." >>> they're watching us. they know where we are. how we shop. how we play. what we do. who we love. electronic eyes, the sticky pixel fingerprints follow us almost everywhere and the weird fractured, personal diary they write remains forever. >> of course, it's meaningless, most of it. meaningless, that is, until it's not. until it's terrifying. the san francisco bay, may 27, 2011. 6:55 p.m., a young nursing student named michelle le walks across a foot ridge to the parking lot. she's not supposed to be here. for reasons unknown and without permission, she has left her post at the hospital. here she works to her white honda crv, just out of camera range. then 7:17 p.m., here is her honda leaving the garage. but why? why then just an hour or two before the end of her shift? good questions. questions about to engulf a whole family. >> why that day couldn't she have stepped out and gone to another campus that day and avoided this whole thing? why did it have to happen to our family? why did it have to happen to michelle? >> but it did. much you will see by the electronic beeps and bit
NBC
Aug 9, 2013 9:00pm EDT
to pass us by. >> exactly. >> ian and morag, welcome to a beautifully -- yes, you guessed it -- a beautifully sunny washington square park. yep, that's me doing a live report for scottish morning television with the world famous climatologist and best selling author, dr. raila. doctor, on page 64 of your book, you say -- we're joined here by dr. raila. wait, did i just call him dr. raila, too? in your last book -- and he is also the doctor? >> anything is possible. >> dr. raila, on page 64 of your book -- will the real dr. raila please stand up? that won't be possible, because this is "would you fall for that?" and dr. raila is a made up person, an anagram of "a liar." what i'm really doing, in that very unfortunate tie, is an experiment in how we get other people to do what we want. will random passerby's help me perpetrate a gigantic fraud? will they pretend to be a world famous climate scientist on live television? first, we need people to believe we are a live tv show. thinking "bigger is better," we set up just about every piece of equipment in our trucks. of course,
NBC
Aug 16, 2013 9:00pm EDT
before that? it's a new tradition. halloween. oh. i know this store. it used to be called mccabes. i grew up four blocks away. after school, all the kids would hang out right here in the parking lot drinking sodas and listening to music. that sounds like fun. oh, yeah. it was a lot of fun. i used to stand over there across the street. i had a perfect view. good times. good times. (stottlemeyer) hey, monk. thanks for coming. uh, it's kind of ugly. the driver stopped around 1:15 for lunch. he's on his way back to the truck when the shooter came up, grabbed his gun. shoots him four, maybe five times point blank range. but he keeps shooting him even after the guy went down. oh my god. was he married? i don't know. any kids? i don't know, natalie. i just got here myself. with his own gun? there must've been witnesses. yeah, a few people from the store. caucasian. dark hair. maybe a blue sweater or jacket. we're going to question them again. how much did he get? the truck is empty. that's all i know. hey, get out of there. go. [claps hands] ho ho. get! i hate pigeons. like rats with wings. ther
NBC
Aug 23, 2013 10:00pm PDT
and the teenager were long gone. >> so he had a big headstart on us and the trail was pretty cold. >> hannah's father made a painful personal appeal to a man he regarded as his trusted, long time friend. >> jim, i can't fathom what you were thinking. the damage is done. i'm begging you to let my daughter go. you've taken everything else. >> the task force could only look at its roadmaps of mexico, canada and the united states and wonder where to put their pin. fervently hoping for the break that would bring to an end a monstrous crime in progress. >>> coming up, investigators find a clue to dimaggio's crimes in his family's dark past. >> i heard his name and my heart stopped. i was scared for her. >> when "dateline" continues. yep yep. three blocks up. three blocks up. no problem, buddy. on the right, please. up on the right. ♪ reinforced with scratch- resistant glass and a unibody made kevlar strong. okay google now. call my droid. the new droid ultra by motorola. when strength matters, droid does. empwe can help people getws. term life insurance for as low as $16 a month. lucy: i think i
NBC
Aug 30, 2013 9:30pm PDT
to file for divorce, so tim got prepared. >> these are divorce documents. >> he secretly showed us the documents, dreading in case she ever went through with it. >> i don't want a divorce, but my wife has said that she wants a divorce and then she tells me she doesn't. a week later she wants a divorce, the next week she doesn't. so not knowing. again, i know i want to keep the family together, but this is my other option right here. >> krichelle continued to waffle on the divorce decision, mostly because of her boys. >> i don't want to break our family up. i don't believe in that. i don't want to do that to my children. money isn't going to fix everything, i know that. all it's going to do is maybe give us a night of go to the movies and enjoy each other. we have no fun anymore. >> is there still some love? i mean -- >> a little. you're going to force it out of me, huh? yes, i love him. he's a wonderful father, a great husband, and he's a good person. >> but would that little bit of remaining love be enough to carry them for what was about to happen? >> now it looks like we have go
NBC
Aug 12, 2013 2:00am PDT
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NBC
Aug 16, 2013 9:00pm PDT
athlete that always used her cell to check in. but when she disappeared, something sinister at the local high school was uncovered and an entire town would wonder what some other good kids had really been up to. here's keith morrison. >>> he waved at you for miles, the big neon cowboy. wendover will is what they called him and his job these last 60 years is to tempt travelers off interstate 80 at the utah-nevada border, with this tiny gash of high desert, casino commerce and most leave lighter in the wallet. knowing precious little about the stories wendover love to tell about the racers that come here to break speed records at the nearby bonneville flats, and air base where the plane that took off for hiroshima. but there's also the story they whispered to each other up and down the little strip, the one that shocked them all, that puzzles them still about the terrible night when three families lost their teenage children. about the dark mysteries spawned under the pointing grin of wendover will. ♪ >> it was a thursday afternoon. a windy, late winter day in the high desert, here at th
NBC
Aug 2, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. not one moment. >> did he really commit this crime? that's a question that drew us to this case and drove us to investigate. >> a "dateline" piece where these witnesses have the courage to come forward. >> and just months ago, a dramatic new development, a whole new ending. >> it was the last thing we ever anticipated happening. >> i am lester holt, this is "dateline." we begin tonight with keith morrison and return to poplar river. >> there is a common misconception that momentous events occur in great cities, that justice is handed down true and pure from marble palaces. but what would lady justice say about the story you're going to see now, about a nobody in a nowhere town, a story that is, well, what would they say? >> this is crazy. how can you do this. >> i couldn't believe it. >> this is definitely a shock. >> yes. it is all of those things, shocking, unbelievable, crazy. and tied with an unbreakable chain to a summer's night in a poor forgotten back water more than 30 years ago. the town is poplar, montana, june 15th, 1979. summer was here. school was out. kim nees, 17, school va
NBC
Aug 23, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. >>> he was gone and we were missing a child. >> please bring hannah home to us. we all miss you. we love you so much. >> the next thing we heard was, suspect down hard, jackpot, jackpot. >> two murders, a kidnapping, a maive manhunt. dramatic new details about the rescue of hannah anderson. >> there's a male, there's a blond female. and then there's a cat. >> and the kidnapper's own dark past. >> i heard his name and my heart stopped. >> follow the journey to the idaho wilderness where four horseback riders stumble upon hannah and her abductor. >> she had a look of fear on her face. >> the deadly confrontation. the daring rescue. >> this was the moment that we were waiting for. >> and hannah anderson's exclusive first tv interview. >> in the beginning, i was a victim. but now i consider myself a survivor. >> she speaks out and answers her critics. >> most of them think that i'm not innocent. but i am. >> the rescue of hannah anderson. but first, a "dateline" mystery. >> i could be dead right now. it doesn't make any sense that he left me alive. >> she was a new bride, married ju
NBC
Aug 23, 2013 9:00pm EDT
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NBC
Aug 23, 2013 10:00pm EDT
and responsibility to a relationship. granted, but i do know when a woman's using me. and by that i mean not in a fun way. well, you can rest easy, because no one is using me. and did you mean that i only dated two women including judith? because, because if you did, i have two words for you. maxine chernakoff. ya! did you fix it? not quite. doesn't seem like you're changing anything. well, no, well, sometimes change happens, judith, and you can't see it. okay, fine. when you're done fixing this, would you come inside and take a look at the garbage disposal? sure. thank you. wait, no. what? no, i-i won't come inside and look at the garbage disposal. why not? i know when i'm being used, judith, and not in a fun way. what are you talking about? who are we kidding? the marriage is over. you're just afraid to move on, so you keep dragging me over here, and i'm afraid to move on, so i keep coming. good-bye, judith. you're free. i... i hope you find whatever it is you're looking for. ( alan playing piano ) jake? what you got there? just a little bread. please tell me you're not feeding the seagulls again.
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